After Cease and Desist, Kanye West was trolled by the owner of "College Dropout Burgers".
Social media users were puzzled by how a Melbourne restaurant became so popular last December.
We covered the College Dropout Burgers restaurant, which was a hit on the internet. It was named after West's classic debut album.
They not only won the title of West’s award-winning album but also named their products after the Rap mogul.
As if that wasn't enough, the restaurant even has a mural depicting the rapper.
Hip Hop fans were puzzled at how the business managed to survive, but Ye was not letting them down.
According to reports of College Dropout, Burgers is trying to rebrand after West and his team threatened legal action.
West's lawyers sent Mark Elkhouri a cease-and-desist letter. He later confirmed that the owner of College Dropout Burgers had received the letter.
Elkhouri stated that the whole idea of the concept was to celebrate Kanye West, as well as show a different side to his music, artwork, and fashion lines.
"This is the guy I get my creative inspirations from. Any fan of Kanye West's music will understand that he does draw inspiration from other artists.